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<poem> set -apart for a newly married couple. p-Ian'-p-lan', slowly; see -per- p-la'na, saddle. Cf. sela. p-lan'dok, the mouse-deer = kan- r/til. (T. rum and kijanj. p-la'rgi, rainbow. p-lan'tiig, ter-p-lan'tiig, stretch- ed out, sprawling. Cf. jru- III UK. plbagai, see bagai. p-le'chok, ter-p-le'cliok, sprain- ed, strained. p-lek', strange, uncommon. p-le'kat, a certain kind of sarorg made in British India. p-li-ha'ra, mm-li-lia'ra-kan (Sk.), to take care of, protect, keep (86), preserve, nourish, maintain, bring up (as chil- dren) = (B.) piara, q.v. Cf. bla. 1<'r-/)-!i-lia'ra, kept, preserved. p-li'pis, the temples. p-lir', the male organs of gener- ation. p-li'ta | IVrs. ), lamp. Cf. lam pit. pa' dam p-li'ta, to put out a lamp. pa'saiy p-li'ta, to light a lamp. p-lm'pap, a hand's breadth. Cf. jrgknl. p-Ioh', biT-p-loh', sweat, per- spiration; to perspire. p-lok', m-m-lok', to embrace, hug. Cf. dakap. p-lok' le'liir, to embrace. ber- p-lok' tu'boh, to fold the arms. s-p-m-lok' ' , a measure for girth of trees, about 5| feet. p'l-pah', the branch of a palm- tree. p-lu'ru (Port.), bullet. p-nat' (146), tired, weary. Cf. llah and Iteh. pn'dirg, a belt buckle. pn-di'ta (Sk.), scholar, learned man; (in Neth. India) pro- testant clergyman. Cf. 'alirn. p-iga'nan (Jav. ), cakes, confec- tionery. Cf. k-uelt. p-rifan tin (Jav.), bride, bride- groom = (B.) kmaniin. Cf. mmplai. p-ige'ran (Jav.), a title of prin- ces of high ic'iik. pig'gal, m-mrg'gal, -kan, to cut off, cut through, sever, am- putate. Cf. krat. pig-ga'wa (Sk.), military officer, court official. prg-hu'lu, chief; see hulu. pr^-ka'Ian, landing-place; s^e pargkal. prg-li'ma, a military officer. p-niig', dixxy, giddy. Cf. pusiry. p-ni'ti (Port.), pin. pn-ja'ra (Sk.), prison, gaol. Cf. jel. ter-pn-ja'ra, imprisoned. pn-ja'ra-kan, to imprison. pn-ju'rit (Jav.), robber, thief. pn-ju'ru, a corner, an angle. Cf. sempary. p-noh', full. /i-noli' x-*ak', brimful. p-no'hi, to fill up, make full. Cf. w;' and m mil. pn'tas, the raised platform f in native houses on which they pit and sleep. Cf. katil.